02-20-2012 08:52 AM
Apologies, this does not make sense to me.
"I saw this portion in screenreader demo...My question is What can i do to get the audio output of the string which is passed in speak method. tell me what are all the things that i have to import and implement to get the audio output."
I think what you want to do is give some service a piece of text and have it return to you a sound file that you can play.
I believe this is possible with the iSpeech package, but I think you have to pay for it. The free version will only read stuff out loud at that time. You can't save the sound file because you are never actually given it, it is all done in the API for the free version.
If you want to pay for it, then from my reading you can issue http calls supplying the text and retrieve the sound file. How to do this is explained in the API documentation. I've not done it, I just read the documentation and noted that it appeared you could do it.
Good luck trying this.
02-22-2012 12:37 AM - edited 02-22-2012 12:39 AM
Check out my application on AppWorld, I used iSpeech for Text to Speech. For Speech recognition, I implemented it
(I want to make some thing kinda Siri for BlackBerry)
And the A.I engine demo:
02-22-2012 06:05 AM
Fantastic use of iSpeech and the AI engine looks good too!
Focusing on the iSpeech interface, did you do that with the free version or are you packaging things up and sending them yourself?
I tried to do something like that but with the provided free SDK, all I could do was display a microphone for a set period of time when I recorded stuff, and then I got back the text. So I could not, as you do, cut off when I had finished recording. Did I miss something?
02-22-2012 06:12 AM - edited 02-22-2012 06:15 AM
I actually not use the Speech to Text from iSpeech (Very low speech recognition quality)
So that, there will be no microphone!
The Speech to Text Engine I myself do it!
This is another demo of SayIt
02-22-2012 06:22 AM - edited 02-22-2012 06:24 AM
"The Speech to Text Engine I myself do it!"
Wow, that is worth some kudos.....
Are you going to making it available to other people?
02-22-2012 06:25 AM
I just use it in my SayIt application, I wanna bring Siri to BlackBerry!
So, many things to do for my SayIt. Maybe I need some investment
I'm sole developer now, so I wonder that can I make my dreams come true or not!?
There is a very hot topic of my SayIt on CrackBerry forum:
User from CrackBerry helped me so much for the idea of SayIt